Sunday, July 10, 2011

Dallas, TX



I see a lot of blogs that the authors are from Texas. Some of my favorite bloggers are from Texas and I enjoy looking at their pictures. It seems that they don't run out of stuff to do there. I did some research online about Texas, and it has many large cities and is one of the states that is doing well economically. One of the reasons I’ve found they are doing better than most states is because their housing market didn’t go through the price bubble that affected some overpriced real estate markets like California, Nevada, Arizona, Florida, and others. One of the largest cities in Texas is Dallas, and the ninth largest in the United States. It’s a growing city with many people coming from other states for the relative availability of jobs and the reasonable cost of living, including home prices.

If you are considering to look for Dallas Homes For Sale, the website www.usarealtyservices.com could be a big help to you. Dallas Real Estate prices didn’t have the big price drops as in Las Vegas or Phoenix, and the prices have remained steady or even increasing at a modest rate. On their website, you can search Dallas Homes For Sale, get financing advice and other important information to help you with your real estate needs.

We were suppose to fly to Texas on November for Thanksgiving but unfortunately, the ticket prices are high and I am just about to stop working so thinking about finances, we thought it is best to save instead of spend. Looking at pictures will have to do right now.

6 comments:

Crystal Jigsaw said...

I have a good blogging friend from Texas called Donna; she's absolutely lovely and has a wonderful blog.

Fabulous pictures by the way.
CJ xx

Jeanette said...

Stopping by from the Alexa Hop :)
The Job of Mommy

Kisma said...

Growing up in Texas I came to learn you either love it or hate it.
I actually LOVE the people and the places...I hate the weather. One must love the heat to live in Texas.

Houston is the largest city in TX but Dallas is much, much nicer.

Life, Crafts and Whatever said...

I heart Dallas. I've lived around Dallas off and on since 1986. Right now we live about half hour east of it. I've lived other places, but always end up back here.

http://lifecraftsandwhatever.blogspot.com/

Alice Law said...

Texas... the standard of living must be high!

Dressing Up For Me said...

I have a lot of friends and former classmates who live there. I think it´s a good place to live and visit as well.

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails